The Red Swastika Society/世界紅卍字會 was a voluntary association founded in China in 1922 by Qian Nengxun/錢能訓, Du Bingyin/杜秉寅 and Li Jiabai/李佳白. Together with the organisation's president Li JianChiu/李建秋, they set up their establishment of the federation in Beijing as the philanthropic branch of the Chinese salvationist religion Guiyidao/皈依道, the "Way of the Return to the One". Association ran poorhouses and soup kitchens, as well as modern hospitals and other relief works. It had an explicit internationalist focus, extending relief efforts to Tokyo after earthquakes and also in response to natural disasters in the Soviet Union. In addition, it had offices in Paris, London, and Tokyo and professors of Esperanto within its membership .Reports of its strength during the 1920s and 1930s seem to vary widely, with citations of 30 000 "members" in 1927 to 7–10 million "followers" in 1937.
The swastika (卍 wàn; "infinity", "all") in Chinese and other cultures is a symbol of the universe, or the manifestation and creativity of God. It was one of a number of new transnational world redemptive societies founded in early 20th-century China, drawing upon Western examples such as the Red Cross to build charitable institutions grounded in Asian traditional religions.
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世界紅卍會 - Red Swastika Society
太原分會 - Taiyuan Branch https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiyuan
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